From 2000-2005 Riverside, California’s Piano Drag diligently created an atmosphere worth being a part of. Piano Drag are not only recognized as the band that makes the toughest, snobbiest, and stiffest spine shake the nearest thing that slightly resembles a rump, but finally have the recording that captures the experience. There was no guilt-trips behind their mechanical podium. Only a hailstorm of rhythmic eruptions and the toying of electronics that accompany a balanced havoc. Musically, they pulled off anything they wanted to: dark, sexy, emotive, and explosive. But always spilled out the rawness, keeping the energy unending. Maintaining a great distance from the plethora of trendy vomit, Piano Drag catered important soul-rooted resounds you’d gladly swallow. This band will stand the test of time.

Piano Drag’s Possessions & Positons CD was recorded and mixed in 2002 by themselves and was co-released on 11-03 with our good friends at One Cell Records. They Split Up In 2005. Chung’s New Bands Are: Hell Morning, Hosts For Ghosts


Chung Il Kwon: guitar, vocals
John Walther: drums, keyboards
Sean Dillingham: guitar, laptop, vocals
Craig Baal: bass


Edited by lagginswag on 27 Jan 2010, 12:34

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